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Parking in Verbier

Parking in Verbier

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Verbier has 5 public car parks with just under 1000 spaces. The hourly rates during the winter season vary between 1.50 and 4.50 chf per hour. Many car parks however, offer the first hour free making a trip to the shops not too expensive if you’re quick!

Verbier Car Parks

  • Parking Périn
  • Parking Marais Verts
  • Parking Eremitage
  • Parking – Rue du centre sportif
  • Parking Catogne
  • Parking Curala, Le Châble
  • Long term parking Le Châble

Free parking in Verbier

Unsurprisingly, there is no 100% free parking in Verbier! However, you can park free for 24 hours at the Parking Périn near the Verbier Sports Centre. This carpark is quite a walk from the center of town and the ski lifts, however, during the winter months, there is a free minibus service which takes skiers from the car park to the main Medran ski lift.

Do You need a car in Verbier?

Although driving to Verbier can be convenient, once you have arrived in resort your car can be more of a hindrance than a help! Verbier has a free extensive bus service which during winter months run regularly from 08.00 to 19.00. The bus stops directly outside both major lift stations, meaning only the shortest of walks in your ski boots.

Unless your accommodation is particularly far from a bus stop you will probably have little need for the car once in resort. There is no parking outside the main lift station although there is a drop-off area, which is an option if you particularly dislike walking in ski boots

Long Term Parking in Verbier

If you are driving to Verbier and staying for a week you will probably want to consider one of the cheaper long term parking car parks. In Verbier, the best option is the Parking Périn where you can leave your car for 5 chf per 24hrs and free for the first 24 hours, meaning parking your car there for a week will cost a very reasonable 30 chf.

Parking in Le Châble

Situated in the valley below Verbier, Le Châble has over 800 places and is connected into the Verbier ski lift system. Parking in le Chable is the best option for day-trippers; it’s free and you can get directly on the lift in le Chable and after a short, 8-minute ride up to Verbier continue straight up onto the slopes.

There is also free long term parking so you can leave your car there all week if you choose.

Tips for parking in the snow

  • Try and find a large parking space and park facing down hill
  • To avoid you breaks freezing leave the handbrake off and the car in gear
  • Lift the windscreen wipers to avoid them freezing
  • Hake sure you have a good scraper in the car
  • Remove snow from the bonnet and roof of the car before driving off

Covered parking in Verbier

During the winter months, covered parking is prudent especially if you are leaving your car for the week. Most accommodation comes with covered parking spaces, however, if your accommodation does not there is one public covered parking at Parking Marais Verts. 2.50chf per hour during the winter with a maximum charge of 20chf for 24hrs

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